Clearfield Progress, September 23, 1966

Clearfield Progress

September 23, 1966

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Issue date: Friday, September 23, 1966

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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Governor To Visit October 4 Today's Chuckle Taxes A state we are all deep in the heart of. ckon Set; limited Supply of Tickers To Be Sold THEPROGRESS Reader's Tip For area football predictions see Kavelak's Korner on Page Wll. Goodman an- governor's Mr. "Goodman said that the planning to OM f "I6611118 at 4> and wiu vis" Clear- fe Harris- Crime Gromyko E Bosses W Caught im A 13 Cosa Nostra Leaders Arrested In N. Y. Raids ,He expected to arrive at a before at noon in the hotel fhort- The trip to Brookviile for maedeb byatr! WU1 The governor is scheduled to NEW YORK (AP) _ A State lustice today held 13 Cosa Nostra bosses in a total of bail after their arrest Thursday in what was described as the biggest raid involving crime syndicate figures since the 1957 Apalachin conference. Bail was set at each- for the 13, all listed as promi- nent members of the Cosa Nos- tra s national crime network bv informer ffff >'fr-, Cv i By WILLIAM UNITED c the number can attend will t0 cecity. will be available next as possible. They S8id that host to the goverraonratwho waking only a ijmited numbe" durinS the cur- campaign in which lieutenant governor, Shafer, is seeking the ship. mark the fet Scranton has since the fall Inside The Progress Classified Ads 12 t3 Hints From Heloise JJ Comics Sports Obituaries Hospital News...... Editorial, Columns Hello World Church News...... Social News for tesf Deal Around "There were three peo- ple standing outside with S125 and the first guy up on the porch got it." That was the answer from this Progress Classified adver- user who could have sold two more trucks if he had them. Looks to us like here are a couple of truck buyers interested if anyone else is selling Why not try a Classified and get quick results too. Justice Joseph M. Conroy said the men were being held as ma- terial witnesses in the investiga- turn of "major crimes" in Queens County. The group was remanded to civil jail when they were unable to post bond. Chief Inspector Sanford Gare- Ijke, who directed the roundup .inursday called it the most important since the gangland conference at Apalachin NY in 1957 was broken up by state police Sixty top hoodlums and their friends were arrested then. The raid Thursday came as tne group was eating in n base- ment dining room at La Stella restaurant in Forest Hills Queens The community, about 20 minutes from Manhattan by car, is known for its comforta- ble apartment houses and tennis stadium home of the national singles championships Garelik said none of" the Maf- attending the "little Apala- meetinf less than sow m cash in his pockets He tnem to newsmen as elegantly dressed" and wear- Ar n A. Gromyko was expect- ed to respond indirectly today to MCW U.S. peace offer for Viet Nam with a condemnation there Ufy Informed observers also pre- dicted that Gromyko would have a lot to say about Euro Pean security in an hour-long address in the U.N. General As- general debate. The U.S. offer of a mutual de- escalation of the war was made in tne assembly debate Thurs- day by Ambassadoi Arthur J. and timely steps to reduce or bring to an end its own military activities South Vie' He said the United States is a" bombing of North Viet Nam the moment it is assured, "privately or other that North Viet Nam Promptly take "corresponding He also called on North Viet Jam to agree to a time sched- supervised phased withdrawal from South Viet Nam of an external forces 1 those of North Viet Nam well the United CANDLES SYMBOLIZING UF TORCH L Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 7 HosfetierCalls For Democratic This Fall HOUTZDALE _ The impor- lance of a Democratic victory for all Pennsylvanians this fall pfl teynote of a talk by H. Richard Hostetler, deputy chair- man of the Democratic State Committee, at the annual din ner meeting of the Moshannon Valley Democratic Club last evening. The traditional affair was held in the Houtzdale Moose home. In calling a "rousinn Democratic victory of all our candidates on Nov. 8" Mr Hostetler compared what he termed against Republi. ----------------------__________ Already Pledged To Clearfield United Fund Division, representin rePorts was o partial one of ft _ e-_ v_arn- Services For Yom Kippur Begin Tonight Goldberg Went as Far As He Could Safely Go By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER Viet Con the United Nations as T global statements of tho dor U'S- which the dor Arthur J. Goldberg went tates would halt the bomb aftout as far as the United of thc North. withdraw its ssswivas'syS f j With t- nuns to end the war in ._ v. I OonS. among oth- ers, naa all been set forth viously in some form What he added was concise- ness and a positive assertion of u'h .willingness, stressing an "an commitment to halt nbmg if North Viet Nam simply say in advance Gromyko and U.S. Secretarv of State Dean Rusk gether and discussed for three hours a? iSS New York hotel suite Thursday n ight. Gromyko invited Ruk to dinner at the Soviet Neither side would say what Please Turn to Page Col 2 IBJOiSNew Minimum -rs? the momentum of the say in conflict could be slowed. w.hatf was prepared to do Johnson administration lead- its ers clearly hope, furthermore war in tfae South. wav. fAny "ations h. made a positive oner S t0 Press these terms ur- out in detail arran4- gently Upon thc c ments for withdrawal of US leaders in Hanoi and even on only that the of the Communist side would enter -iberation Front, for withdrawal arm of the Page g "This will bring a Ward, I u f I PQ Two Injured In _ _ Holy Days, which began kA MXdc Clearfield Area TraHic Part ol Htw Offensive... _______ In J957 Ford Truck, good A-I mechanically. lakes u Coalport 672-8694. To Buy, Sell, Rent. Trade, Use The Progress Classified Ads Phone Clearfield 765-5535 Or Your Nearest Progress Office. Mostly cloudy and cool- er tonight with scattered showers, low in the 40s Portly cloudy and contin- ued cool Saturday. Sunrise Clearfield River Level Thursday 7 p. m. _ 5.05 feet Today 7 a. m. 5.15 feet CleorfieW Weather Thursday low 46; High 62; Overnight low 46- Precipitation .62 inches. Mid Stare Airport 58; Overnight low 46. Five Day Forecast For Sept. 24-28: Contin- ued cool through Wednes- day with temperatures averaging four to eight de- grees below normal highs of 69 to 72 and of 49 to 52. Rain over the weekend will average one to fwo-tenthj of an inch. 'Pennsylvania, under Repub- ican rule, is times behind tne growth of the nation's work iorce. The national rate is 5 3 Delaware is 11.6, Maryland is 7.8 and Pennsylvania is only 0-9 per cent. This labor market stagnation is why more busi- nessmen are not locating in Mr. Hostetler said. "Under the Republicans our work opportunities shrank. Under Scranton Shafer over employers stopped doing business in Pennsylvania. This is not the prosperity as they would have us believe." He cited increases in consum- er taxes, automobile insurance rates and corporation taxes to bolster his claim that "Republi- can policies during 1965 alone cost Pennsylvanians nearly 2 billion additional over 1962, or Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 4 f air at Harmony Inters Closing Day Tomorrow WESTOVER _ The annual Harmony Grange Fair vvm come to a close tomorrow eve- ning, with a full slate Of actlv- ities scheduled for the final day !he 'air wil> find tonight and continuing unmsun8 down tomorrow. At Clearfield, services in SW th of R V- the guidance ffS Wglu-Sff cut if cm ur en Traffic Viet US. B52S Nam Th UnSt Vigt warn Thursday night for the fourth time in the war The bomber- unloaded tons of n of Mr- At Spongier... buffe Was but Mr. Park was released after being treated the cm after truck parks and storage depots in the southern end of North Viet Nam above the de- militarized zone. The heavy raid was part of he new U.S. aerial offensive in to halt North Vietnamese infiltration of mto South Navy s which hammered alTo atThe infiltration routes in the south ern section of North Viet Nam Infantrymen Of the nlrt 22nd Division r ported driving back successiv waves of attacks today bv battalions of Viet Con- an mated l.ooo men. A Vietnamese military onlv IP ,The actlon was this Possible back injury. ident in which occurred Appalachian Aid OK'd for Hospital _ The Appalachian State police said she stopped the east-bound lane of t before making a left hand Civic Center Seeks Tomorrow In Corwensville Drive CURWENSVILLE _ A to-house canvass for the benefit 01 tne Curwensville Civic Cenf will be made tomorrow from 9 3. m to Registration For Clearfield Night School Listed Thursday evening from 7 to o'clock in Rooni !08 of the sen 'or high school. All Jf1.6 of "1J1 .JlliJWkesman said the Viet Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 7 0fw, M, of Woodland R. D i Whn was traveling behind her to stop and hw car Spongier in Secretary john K r Pita' County, southeastern northern Griffith, 45, of Punx UIIA- insi. MaV srants, in federal Hill-Btirton Act funds and 574 merous agricultural exhibit, The tractor driving contest at 10 a. m. promises to be a crowd Pleaser, as does the Horse "Fun P m. bcgin at ion oi Miners west, State Commerce the yesterday on southern Clear- car" His struck 206 Wrigiey State police estimated the a parked the operating rooms and auxiliary rooms a recovery room looms- a ClearfieWer Slices Drive Through Window of Own C has had if ,s a key phase the annual fund raising cam- .-ign which this vear seeks a goal of S3.500. Young peopt of the Curwensville area w 11 be doing the soliciting. For some 22 years the Center healthful Please Turn lo Pafie 6. Col. 4 Serving at Qui Nhon Agriculture Future By WILLIAM F. LEE Progress Staff Writer (Last of Hive Articles) to Page 6, col. Present, Outlook U I _ FREE FOOTBAILS! s and accept that aid n! has by members of 4'" and the n, County 4 n Council. Saturday also marits lhe g day Of National 4 H and a delegation usual clear Plastic and his wife srsss ss'llif fe Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 8 And a s over ast car ,r for the farmer P more Orvillc for fed' 74 FOR DITAHS there any chance for lhcsc dncwl will be Please Turu to Page 7, Col. 1 .'SPAPERf ;

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